The colorful world of the bearded dragons

For hobby breeders or professionals in the field, differentiating bearded dragons’ colour variants is a completely normal process.

Because not all bearded dragons are alike.

These fascinating terrarium residents have a wide range of different colour drawings within their species.

Even if the colouring in young animals is often not yet very pronounced, it becomes more intense and clearer after each moult.

The colour variants are often decisive for holders.

ReptileStartUp.Com introduces you to the different bearded dragons colour variations and explains which features the respective colours have.

The most popular colours of the bearded dragon at a glance

One of the most exciting colours among bearded dragons in the home terrarium is probably translucent body parts.

In principle, however, translucent is more of a specific property than a specific colour.

The term stands for bearded dragons, which have parts of the body that appear transparent.

This is usually always recognizable by the beard or the mouth area.

Also, translucent bearded dragons have black eyes.

As Snow bearded dragons are called, they are particularly bright.

These are not necessarily white or albino bearded dragons, as the name might suggest.

Light grey or sand tones belong to the colour spectrum of the snow bearded dragons.

Lizards of this species, which are coloured in shades of yellow, are classified as yellows.

Orange bearded dragons are beautifully orange or gold.

Similar to the yellow and orange colour variants, the so-called red or blood colouration is similar.

Instead of the yellow or orange colour, the red-bearded dragons go from light to strong red tones.

All individual colour variations can be combined during breeding.

This creates many new and exciting colour variations and makes your home barracked terrarium even more colourful.